Mila Kunis reveals how her Ukrainian identity was once questioned

Mila Kunis reveals how her Ukrainian identity was once questioned

Mila Kunis reveals how her Ukrainian identity was once questioned
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Milena Markovna Kunis is an actress from the United States. At the age of seven, she came to the United States from Soviet Ukraine with her Jewish family in 1991.

Kunis made her breakout performance as Rachel in the romance comedy Forgetting Sarah Marshall in 2008. She received a lot of praise and gratitude from reviewers and fans for her performance.

Mila Kunis, an American actress, has spoken out against the recent events in Ukraine, which have focused on her.

The actress, who was born in Ukraine, recently spoke with Maria Shriver for her web series #ConversationsAboveTheNoise about her feelings about the current conflict between her homeland and Russia.

the Friends With Benefits actress said, “It’s been irrelevant to me that I come from Ukraine. It never mattered.”

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“I’m from Russia’ for a multitude of reasons. One of them being, when I came to the States, and I would tell people I’m from Ukraine, the first question I’d get was ‘Where is Ukraine?’ And then I’d have to explain Ukraine and where it is on the map Citing that it was easier to tell them that she’s Russian,” she said, ”I was like, great, I’ll just tell people from Russia.”

she said,“everything changed” when Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24. “I feel like a part of my heart just got ripped out.’ It was the weirdest feeling,” she said.

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